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Note: The Jets have put together a modest two-game win streak after defeating the Predators last night by a final score of 6-4. It was a big game for 2017 1st rounder Kristian Vesalainen who scored his first goal in the NHL. A number of other players, and specifically the line of Kyle Connor, Pierre-Luc Dubois and Evgeny Svechnikov, made a lot of noise to help contribute to the victory. The Jets are off today and will practice tomorrow in Winnipeg before they head back to California for three games on the road.

Note II: The Moose had a solid win on Friday in their home opener and will look to keep things rolling when they have their re-match with the Griffins this afternoon at 2 PM. I will be down covering the game so chat with me on my twitter account here during the action.

Jets news:

Sportsnet: Jets get much-needed offensive breakout as team continues to build identity. The Jets got goals from all over the place which means quite a few players are feeling better about their individual games as a result.Ken has more on what this breakout means for Winnipeg.

Winnipeg Sun: Jets come up big with stars sidelined. The team is missing 2/3 of their top line but they are getting contributions from across the board.

Winnipeg Free Press: Jets hold on to beat Predators 6-4. (Paywall). From his spot in the pressbox Jay files his recap of last night’s contest.

The Athletic Winnipeg: What Pierre-Luc Dubois’ emergence means to the Jets: ‘He’s taken his game to another level’. (Paywall). Murat spent most of this article talking about the player who is drawing rave reviews for his play early this season. He also touches on Nate Schmidt, Kristian Vesalainen’s first NHL goal and touches on the penalty kill.

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Jets video:

Sportsnet: Jets finding offence despite not having Wheeler, ScheifeleSean Reynolds and Ken Wiebe discuss the Winnipeg Jets’ offensive outburst and where it has come from over the past couple games.

Sportsnet: Schmidt on why the Jets have been successful without key playerJets defenceman Nate Schmidt talks to Sportsnet’s Sean Reynolds about the Jets resiliency during a period where a few of their top players are out with injures.

Jets audio:

Illegal Curve Hockey Show:  PodcastJets Week in Review. Jets forward line combinations without 26 & 55. The play of Evgeny Svechnikov, Jets faceoff struggles. Is it time to give David Gustafsson a shot? Jets/Predators Preview.